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- Continental Breakfast
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- Multilingual staff
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... our voucher for train tickets while I rehearsed putting the Pino in a lift. 8.50am Lisa returns advising we needed to be on platform 11 now! My rehearsal paid off, the Pino entered the lift with Swiss precision. We dashed through the subway to the distant platform hoping for a ramp, turned the corner and were blessed with a gentle (relative term) gradient to the platform. The bicycle carriage (yes a dedicated carriage for bikes) was just behind ...
... is the clearest most clean lake I've ever seen! We then saw the Lion monument which is so much bigger than in the photos, it is roughly 10 metres by 5 metres, it is HUGE! Sam Algeri accidentally dropped our soccer ball in the holy water in front of the monument and luckily, somehow nobody saw him?!? We stayed at the weinhof of ...
... phew…! potties on the trail very helpful),
we even visited the little house of Reeberchen the little herb dwarf!
…among just a few of the things we saw!
The photographs do this trail only a slight bit of justice. The excitement of finding the next place that Muggestutz and his friends call home, the views of the alps, the sounds of the cow bells, the place to stop and buy cheese (…in the middle of ...
... all crooked and jagged and pointy and it really dominates the skyline of Zermatt. I got off the train and realised that I haven't bothered at all to look at how to get to my hostel - not something you want to realise when you've already strapped your 20kg pack to your back and the surrounds have a steady slope upwards. Fortunately the information desk pointed out where the hostel was and assured me it was indeed within walking distance. I arrived shortly before check ...
... posters – just like the ones we’d seen in Paris. And the restaurant we went to next, La Fatien (http://lamaisonfatien.com/) Is also French, and in a shophouse round on Duxton Hill. We had a really great catch-up, it was so lovely to see them again, life is very different in the private sector and they’re enjoying it. It was interesting to hear about the different type of expat here now, seven years on. In our day there were a lot ...